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Maximo at BAA: Past, Present & Future. Rachel Dunn, James Wright, Paul Burcombe. 6 April 2011. Contents. Past History of Maximo at BAA Present A recent project called AssetNet Future Future of Asset Management at BAA. Who are BAA?. UK Airport Operator Privatised in 1987

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Maximo at baa past present future
Maximo at BAA: Past, Present & Future

Rachel Dunn, James Wright, Paul Burcombe

6 April 2011


Contents
Contents

  • Past

    • History of Maximo at BAA

  • Present

    • A recent project called AssetNet

  • Future

    • Future of Asset Management at BAA


Who are baa
Who are BAA?

  • UK Airport Operator

    • Privatised in 1987

    • Bought by Ferrovial in 2006

  • 6 Airports

    • 3 in England

    • 3 in Scotland

    • Also owned London Gatwick until Dec 2009

  • London Heathrow

    • 4 Terminals (5 until November 2009)

    • 2 Runways


Maximo at baa history
Maximo at BAA - History

  • First implemented Maximo in the mid 90s

  • Originally separate implementations at each airport

  • Consolidated into one instance of Maximo v4

  • Upgraded to v5 in September 2006

  • Terminal 5 opened in March 2008

  • Divestment of Gatwick Airport in May 2010


Maximo at baa today
Maximo at BAA - Today

  • Version 5.2

  • 6 customisations

  • Configuration using DVL and workflow

  • Interface to Oracle Financials using MEA

  • Over 2500 users across 6 airports and Business Support Centre

  • Over 100 Customised Actuate Reports

  • iMaintain for Planning


What we use maximo for
What We Use Maximo For

  • Asset Register

  • Planned Maintenance

  • Corrective Maintenance

  • Work Management

  • Contractor Management

  • Inventory Control & Purchasing


Asset integration of new airport developments
Asset Integration of New Airport Developments

  • Terminal 5

    • Opened March 2008

    • Over 200k assets loaded into Maximo

    • Asset Integration Management (AIM)

    • Generic Data Loader


Asset net
Asset Net

James Wright – Asset Information Manager

6th April 2011


Present asset net
Present – Asset Net

  • Heathrow Airport 2020 Vision

  • The Problems

  • The Identified Root Causes

  • The Solution

  • Asset Net


Heathrow airport 2008
Heathrow Airport 2008



The problems
The Problems

  • 26% of projects in 2009 failed to integrate information +2 months after completion (74% represented 26,000 assets)

  • We don’t have a single ‘data capture tool’ we supply to our projects (we have 3) none of which are supported directly by BAA IT

  • By mid 2013 we expect 200,000 new assets will need integrating into Maximo


Root causes

Poor quality, inconsistent

structure and

reworking of

information

detail

Root Causes

Lack of visibility

of project

asset information

High volume batch

release of project

information

as projects

complete

Increased

processing

time when using

excel sheets

No single source

of A.R.N

generation


The solution
The Solution

Asset Net

Info Quality -YES

Info On time -YES

Info Cost Effective - YES

c200,000

Maximo


Maximo at baa past present future

Asset Net

BAA Capital Engineering’s IT Solution that will improve :

‘Integrating Assets into the Operation’



Generic dataloader in maximo
Generic Dataloader in Maximo



Future of asset management
Future of Asset Management

Paul Burcombe – Asset Management Lead Practitioner

6th April 2011


Our strategy

Develop new passenger products for competitive

advantage

Simplify & clarify

airport processes

Continuously improve

process performance

Improve surface

access to the airport

Maintain the passenger

& airline environment

Improve the

passenger experience

Work with airport

Stakeholders to improve

our airport

Deliver the basic

purpose of travel

‘Just do’ asset stewardship

Grow aeronautical income

Create a results

focused organisation

Make

Heathrow

the preferred

choice for passengers

Grow non-aeronautical

income

Improve airport operations

every day

Communicate clearly to

our staff what is important

Optimise regulatory position

Have simple people processes (& hold managers accountable for them)

Deliver efficient &

affordable operating

expenditure

Focus people & teams on service & results

Deliver the business plan

Become the

UK’s connection to the world and Europe’s hub of choice by

making every journey better

Deliver capital expenditure

on time & budget

Improve employee relations

Ensure a masterplan

& affordable CIP is in place

Be clear about our

strategic messages

Win support for our airport vision

Transform the airport

Deliver the right airport

development on time

Run our

airport responsibly, safely & securely

Communicate regularly

with our key stakeholders

Obtain the right solutions

from suppliers

Succeed

through

airline success

Work towards obtaining

permission to grow

Actively listen & be

responsive to what our

customers have to say

Operate safely

Integrate assets

into the operation

Deliver the required

security standard

Support airline

operations on the day

Reduce airport impact

on climate change

Limit airport impact

on the local environment

Optimise local

economic benefits

Constructively manage

airline needs

Deliver the required

environmental management

standard

Work with airlines to deliver

an optimal network

Our strategy

We have eight ‘strategic intents’ which enable us to achieve our vision to ‘Become the UK’s connection to the world and Europe’s hub of choice by making every journey better’.


Using asset management to deliver our business objectives
Using asset management to deliver our business objectives

Broad &

Diverse

Portfolio

Terminal

Buildings


Using asset management to deliver our business objectives1
Using asset management to deliver our business objectives

Broad &

Diverse

Portfolio

Specialist

Buildings


Using asset management to deliver our business objectives2
Using asset management to deliver our business objectives

Broad &

Diverse

Portfolio

Airfield

equipment


Using asset management to deliver our business objectives3
Using asset management to deliver our business objectives

Broad &

Diverse

Portfolio

People

movers


Using asset management to deliver our business objectives4
Using asset management to deliver our business objectives

Broad &

Diverse

Portfolio

Airfield

Pavements

& lighting


Using asset management to deliver our business objectives5
Using asset management to deliver our business objectives

  • PAS 55-1:2008

  • Specification for the optimized management of physical assets


Using asset management to deliver our business objectives6
Using asset management to deliver our business objectives

Business Objectives

Asset Management Policy

Line

Of

sight

Asset Management Strategy

Asset Management Objectives

Asset Management Plans


Eam solution
EAM solution

  • To enable delivery we need an Enterprise Asset Management solution that will support our Strategy

  • Working with our parent company Ferrovial to develop competency and strategy to ensure that our organisation, processes, data and tools optimise our approach to Asset Management to deliver our business objective

  • Integration of all systems related to asset information: GIS, document management, building management systems

  • IT is not necessarily the answer to Asset Management, but may be part of the solution